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5th Nov '16 10:48:39 AM alicecold
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** And there is [[spoiler: Vermouth]], while she does not show the huge repertoire as Kaito Kid, she pulls off acting as both [[Dr. Araide]] and [[Jodie]]. [[And her own mother]]. It's basically in-lore that you can't trust ANY voice.
19th Oct '16 3:07:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/BillAndTedBogusJourney'', Evil Robot Bill and Ted imitate the real duo's girlfriend's voices to prank call them into believing they're breaking up with them - all in order to set the real Bill and Ted up for their demise.

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* In ''Film/BillAndTedBogusJourney'', ''Film/BillAndTedsBogusJourney'', Evil Robot Bill and Ted imitate the real duo's girlfriend's voices to prank call them into believing they're breaking up with them - all in order to set the real Bill and Ted up for their demise.
19th Oct '16 3:07:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sgt. Jones from the ''PoliceAcademy'' series is so good at imitating sounds, he has been shown to foil his opponents using his voicebox alone.
** That's actually one of Michael Winslow's main real-life talents.
*** He also does this trick in ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', only he imitates "the bleeps, the sweeps, and the creeps," as well as imitating the sound of speaking through a speaker.

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* Sgt. Jones from the ''PoliceAcademy'' ''Film/PoliceAcademy'' series is so good at imitating sounds, he has been shown to foil his opponents using his voicebox alone.
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alone. That's actually one of Michael Winslow's main real-life talents.
*** He also does this trick in ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', only he imitates "the bleeps, the sweeps, and the creeps," as well as imitating the sound of speaking through a speaker.
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* Michael Winslow also does this trick in ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', only he imitates "the bleeps, the sweeps, and the creeps," as well as imitating the sound of speaking through a speaker.
19th Oct '16 3:06:39 AM Morgenthaler
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** In ''Film/PoliceAcademy 6'', the BigBad uses this trope, combined with LatexPerfection, to impersonate Commissioner Hurst. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, his deception is foiled when the real Commissioner shows up, and one of the heroes figures out how to SpotTheImpostor.]]

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** * In ''Film/PoliceAcademy 6'', ''Film/PoliceAcademy6CityUnderSiege'', the BigBad uses this trope, combined with LatexPerfection, to impersonate Commissioner Hurst. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, his deception is foiled when the real Commissioner shows up, and one of the heroes figures out how to SpotTheImpostor.]]
19th Oct '16 3:06:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians Tyson]], like all cyclopes, can mimic voices and even entire conversations verbatim. It's considered incredibly creepy, so he doesn't use it that frequently.

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* [[Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians Tyson]], ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': Tyson, like all cyclopes, can mimic voices and even entire conversations verbatim. It's considered incredibly creepy, so he doesn't use it that frequently.
19th Oct '16 3:05:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* In BookOfTheNewSun, the alzabo is a semi-sentient alien creature that gains access to the memories of anyone that it eats. It also gains the ability to perfectly imitate their voice. It uses these as a hunting technique to lure prey out of hiding, and it is especially effective when it has eaten somebody's loved one.

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* In BookOfTheNewSun, ''Literature/BookOfTheNewSun'', the alzabo is a semi-sentient alien creature that gains access to the memories of anyone that it eats. It also gains the ability to perfectly imitate their voice. It uses these as a hunting technique to lure prey out of hiding, and it is especially effective when it has eaten somebody's loved one.
16th Oct '16 11:02:26 AM siberia82
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* The second ''Film/{{X-Men}}'' movie has Mystique imitating the BigBad's voice to get into his files, while staying in her blue form. She also mimics Nightcrawler's voice briefly during a conversation with him.

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* The second ''Film/{{X-Men}}'' movie has ''Film/X2XMenUnited'': Mystique imitating the BigBad's imitates Colonel Stryker's voice to get into gain access to his files, secure files while staying in her natural blue form. She also mimics Nightcrawler's voice briefly during a conversation with him.
8th Oct '16 5:03:22 PM nombretomado
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* In ''CampLazlo'', Clam can mimic people's voices, as shown in the episode "Being Edward".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'', the gang tries to prank-call people by imitating Principal Pixiefrog. Adam and Slips do bad imitations, while Jake does it perfectly and manages to fool ''Pixiefrog himself''.

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* In ''CampLazlo'', ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'', Clam can mimic people's voices, as shown in the episode "Being Edward".
* I''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'':
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In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'', one episode, the gang tries to prank-call people by imitating Principal Pixiefrog. Adam and Slips do bad imitations, while Jake does it perfectly and manages to fool ''Pixiefrog himself''.
11th Sep '16 9:27:35 AM Sharlee
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* The wilderness-guide [[MechanicalLifeforms steamman]] Ironflanks from ''The Kingdom Beyond The Waves'' frequently calls out the cries of various jungle animals when he's excited, perfectly re-creating their vocalizations. His human companions take a while to catch on that this isn't just an affectation: he does this to vent excess steam from his boiler without betraying his position to enemies or rainforest predators, the way a normal steamman's pressure-release whistle would.

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* The wilderness-guide [[MechanicalLifeforms steamman]] Ironflanks from ''The Kingdom Beyond The Waves'' frequently calls out mimics the cries of various jungle animals when he's excited, perfectly re-creating their vocalizations. His human companions take a while to catch on that this isn't just an affectation: he does this to vent excess steam from his boiler without betraying his position to enemies or rainforest predators, the way a normal steamman's pressure-release whistle would.
11th Sep '16 9:26:56 AM Sharlee
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* The [[MechanicalLifeforms steamman]] Ironflanks from ''The Kingdom Beyond The Waves'' frequently calls out the cries of various jungle animals when he's excited, perfectly re-creating their vocalizations. His human companions take a while to catch on that this isn't just an affectation: he does this to vent excess steam from his boiler without betraying his position to enemies or predators, the way a normal steamman's pressure-release whistle would.

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* The wilderness-guide [[MechanicalLifeforms steamman]] Ironflanks from ''The Kingdom Beyond The Waves'' frequently calls out the cries of various jungle animals when he's excited, perfectly re-creating their vocalizations. His human companions take a while to catch on that this isn't just an affectation: he does this to vent excess steam from his boiler without betraying his position to enemies or rainforest predators, the way a normal steamman's pressure-release whistle would.
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